Last month, Quantasia Sharpton came forward as one of the people suing R&B star Usher Raymond for exposing them to HSV2, without disclosing his STD status before getting physical. Sharpton is the only one of the three accusers to reveal their identity, the other two remaining anonymous.
Quantasia procured celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom and has vehemently perused financial compensation, despite not having contracted herpes. Her story is that she attended an Usher concert for her birthday.
Usher supposedly saw her birthday tiara and invited her backstage. The two hit it off and ended up meeting in a hotel room, where they engaged in sexual activity.
Reports started surfacing about the first accuser taking Usher to court and Quantasia saw her opportunity. She posted a status just before coming forward, stating this was her “last day as a regular girl.”
Several people from Sharpton’s past stepped forward to express some mistrust in her story; painting her as a pathological liar who has always told stories to get attention. One of her most outlandish was that she had gotten pregnant and given birth to twins in high school; twins that didn’t exist.
In the column of reasonable doubt concerning reasonable doubt against Quantasia, Usher also denied the encounter. In a gross display of fat-phobia that so many fat women are used to, Usher said “she’s not my type.”
As if Sharpton being fat and Usher being famous and handsome was evidence enough to absolve him of any suspicion where this one fan/sexual partner was concerned. This is treatment that fat women are used to at the hands of men.
Men have absolutely no problem being attracted to a fat women behind closed doors, and will often thirst after them with vigor. But in the light of day? They deny deny deny.
It’s borderline sociopathic. And speaks equally to who Usher is as a human being as much as his failure to disclose that he had herpes before engaging in sexual activity with someone.
Also, it turns out he was lying, because Quantasia, who can’t keep her mouth shut, recently took to Instagram Live to brag about the $2 million that had just been deposited in her bank account. Looks like somebody banged Usher after all.
Quantasia Sharpton posted a series of messages detailing her excitement over the money. This included a photo of a woman laying on a pile of money with the caption “MOOD.”
STD’s are a normal part of sexual activity, the same way that the common cold is a normal part of life; herpes is as common. If you are out here hoe-in’ it up, make sure to do so safely.
Men are not used to being honest about anything, so they often fail to disclose, or even remain up-to-date with their own sexual health and STD testing. Make sure you carry-and insist on using-your own condoms.
Getting an STD is not a big deal, but knowingly passing one around is. Take care of yourselves, take care of your fellow humans, f*** responsibly.